Data as of: Mar 27, 2020

NEE: Next Era Energy

  • Last Price
  • Dividend *
  • Yield *
  • Dividend Payments *
  • 231.95
  • $5.15
  • 2.22 %
  • 4
  • Volatility *
  • S&P 500 Volatility *
  • S&P 500 Correlation *
  • 14.7 %
  • 13.6 %
  • +0.19
  • First Data
  • More info
* Last Twelve Completed Months
  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Annual
2020 -3.69 % -3.69 %
2019 +11.96 % +6.64 % +14.37 % +4.49 % +42.69 %
2018 +5.32 % +2.97 % +0.99 % +4.36 % +14.30 %
2017 +8.26 % +9.92 % +5.27 % +7.25 % +34.36 %
2016 +14.76 % +10.99 % -5.53 % -1.59 % +18.42 %
2015 -1.38 % -5.07 % +0.26 % +7.32 % +0.75 %
2014 +12.57 % +7.98 % -7.71 % +14.02 % +27.91 %
2013 +13.30 % +5.81 % -0.82 % +7.64 % +27.98 %
2012 +1.34 % +13.69 % +3.11 % -0.75 % +17.92 %
2011 +7.10 % +5.26 % -5.06 % +13.86 % +21.86 %
2010 -7.53 % +1.91 % +12.59 % -3.48 % +2.41 %
2009 +1.80 % +13.03 % -2.05 % -3.50 % +8.76 %
2008 -6.80 % +5.24 % -22.74 % +0.99 % -23.47 %
2007 +13.18 % -6.61 % +8.05 % +12.00 % +27.91 %
2006 -2.52 % +4.04 % +9.69 % +21.80 % +35.49 %
2005 +8.39 % +5.67 % +14.11 % -11.97 % +15.05 %
2004 +3.15 % -3.40 % +7.89 % +10.43 % +18.73 %
2003 -0.96 % +14.45 % -4.55 % +4.49 % +13.06 %
2002 +6.74 % +1.73 % -9.42 % +12.88 % +11.03 %
2001 -13.83 % -0.83 % -11.43 % +7.93 % -18.30 %
2000 +9.04 % +8.65 % +34.14 % +10.01 % +74.83 %
1999 -12.74 % +3.48 % -6.93 % -14.01 % -27.74 %
1998 +9.48 % -1.12 % +11.47 % -10.86 % +7.57 %
1997 -3.05 % +5.48 % +12.54 % +16.34 % +33.89 %
1996 -1.46 % +2.74 % -5.03 % +7.43 % +3.29 %
1995 +4.82 % +7.46 % +7.03 % +14.62 % +38.19 %
1994 -13.76 % -8.93 % +10.30 % +9.90 % -4.79 %
1993 +3.68 % +4.78 % +4.94 % +1.07 % +15.22 %
1992 -8.17 % +6.34 % +6.03 % +1.38 % +4.97 %
1991 +6.35 % +2.38 % +12.71 % +11.94 % +37.38 %
1990 -10.13 % -2.87 % -7.85 % +7.21 % -13.77 %

Monthly Total Returns (including all dividends): Mar-18 - Mar-20

NEE monthly returns chart

Notes:

Though most ETFs have never paid a capital gains distribution, investors should monitor for non-recurring payments when considering yield.

Volatility is the annualized standard deviation of daily returns